TPCast’s wireless adapter for the Vive is available to preorder (again) in the US

Not more dangling wires.

It took a bit of of ready, however Vive homeowners who reside in america and Canada can in the end preorder TPCast’s wi-fi adapter. It prices $299 and can start transport to consumers on November 24.
That is the second one time that preorders have unfolded within the North The united states, a minimum of in some capability. In September, TPCast began accepting preorders in Europe and deliberate on doing so in america as smartly. Alternatively, it ended up delaying plans so it will arrange store in america, however now not earlier than Microsoft were given antsy ^( and permitted a couple of preorders in its on-line retailer.
In any match, as of late marks the reputable preorder availability in North The united states.
“Following the pent-up call for within the North American marketplace we’re excited to convey our modern wi-fi era to customers,” stated Michael Liu ^(, founder, and CEO of TPCast. “Long gone are the times when VR customers should accept the tethered enjoy; North American customers can now enjoy true freedom—the liberty to discover a gorgeous scene, to show 360 levels, soar, or even turn with out obstacle. We consider this business milestone adjustments the sport for VR unleashing it right into a wi-fi global.”
The adapter equipment is composed of five portions—a PC module that transmits the VR video and audio from the PC to the headset, an RX module that captures the knowledge from the PC module (it sits on most sensible of the headset), a router, battery, and charger.
Set up is going like this (benefit from the song, people):

In keeping with UploadVR’s hands-on trying out ^(, ideally suited positioning at the head can block headphones, however general the wi-fi adapter is “beautiful succesful.”
TPCast’s wi-fi adapter is to be had now on its personal web site ^( and thru Newegg ^( (for $0.99 extra). Amazon and different outlets will have to have it quickly as smartly.

Thank you PC GAMER ^(